Obama’s teleprompter looks for recognition

With all of the serious economic issues of the day, you’ve got to admit that some of the Obama teleprompter stuff has been pretty funny the past couple of weeks. It all started back in September with the team at Iowahawk releasing the video introducing us to the plate of glass.

People have been asking the teleprompter questions about his life in the West Wing and traveling on the road. Rush has has some fun too.

obama-teleprompterI’m not so certain the Irish prime minister’s introduction to TOTUS (Teleprompter of the United States) went too well, but relationships with electronics often start off on a low note.

On March 18, the teleprompter went public on his own, and surprisingly has yet to be fired. Executive Branch whistle-blowers are not well thought of unless there is a Republican in the White House.

In explaining his reasoning, teleprompter notes

So why am I going public now, when for the past two years I’ve let others do the talking? Well, this is a thankless job, and I sure don’t want to take the fall for communications missteps. But more important, I expect you’ll be seeing a lot more of me over the next few months and years. Barack and I don’t go anywhere without each other; we even complete each other’s sentences … well, more mine than his, but let’s not split hairs.

The blogReflections from the hard drive of the machine that enables the voice of the Leader of the Free World – has been well received.

Update: Malkin has more, including the new seal for TOTUS!

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